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Bared to Him

Jan Springer

Publisher: Jan Springer

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Human by day and a tentacle shape shifter by night, Gray Wagner, is the last male that Alaskan custom boat maker Miranda Bolton dreams of falling in love with. He’s irritating, arrogant and teases her to no end. Due to her ancestry, Miranda knows she has a good chance at becoming a shifter just like Gray. Alone with him, traveling the high seas on a yacht, she unexpectedly can’t stop fantasizing about him. Suddenly Gray becomes the only one she wants to mate with, and she’s going to make sure she gets what she wants… 
Gray Wagner promised Miranda’s dad that he would keep his daughter safe during their week-long ocean voyage to attend a mutual friend’s wedding in California, but Miranda’s succulent scent is driving Gray wild. He knows he shouldn’t be thinking about doing all the dirty and delicious things he wants to do to her, but all his promises to Miranda’s father disintegrate when Miranda shifts and Gray goes primal…

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